Country Wedding Photography in Moama
9th February 2013
Last weekend we travelled to Moama, by the Murray River, on the border between Victoria and New South Wales, to photograph the beautiful Country Wedding of Lisa and Adam Waldron.
We met the couple at the bride’s parent’s property, the picturesque Karinya Vineyard.
The old homestead was big enough so that the bride and groom could prepare for the day ahead without seeing each other and allowing us to photograph the bride and groom’s preparation in the one location.
Our groom is an excellent blues guitarist so music played an important role on the day (you can check some of Adam’s music here).
His dear friend Aleister James Campbell played some atmospheric solo guitar as the bride walked down the aisle and provided background music before and after the ceremony.
The ceremony took place on the property’s backyard, overlooking the Murray; such a beautiful setting for our Country Wedding Photography.
The witnesses were the bride’s sister, Vanessa and the groom’s brother, Neil, who was sporting a porn star moustache and multicoloured socks as some kind of practical joke.
After the traditional family portraits, Lisa’s father took us and the couple on a four wheel drive adventure to a few locations on the property for our Formal Wedding Photography.
We photographed our couple on a small private beach on the river, known as the Back Beach. It was perfect location for some Romantic Wedding Photography.
We then photographed our couple among the vines to convey that country feel to our Wedding Photography.
We drove back to the house to capture the cutting of the cake and the speeches. Lisa and Adam were keen to get the party started as they had booked Paulie Bignell and The Thornbury Two to provide the night’s entertainment and did not want to miss them.
The band rocked and we were pleased to see everybody hitting the dance floor. We have photographed so many weddings where everybody seems to be too shy to dance so this was a fantastic change.
The highlight of the evening was when Adam joined the band for some six-string pyrotechnics driving the crowd crazy. Andrea, our principal photographer, enjoyed being reminded of her younger days as a band photographer, with the plus of being paid for her efforts.
It was a wild night. We wish to congratulate Lisa and Adam and thank them for the wonderful time we spent with them.
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